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Case Studies
Here you can review a summary of several installations, which had very demanding requirements and the way these requirements have been fulfilled by our systems.

Ibis Clinic in Warsaw, Poland
Western Cape district hospital, South Africa
Flagstaff Medical Center, USA
Indian Health Service, USA
X-ray guys, Buffalo, NY, USA
Marie Curie Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
Shifa International Hospital, Islamabad, Pakistan
University of Michigan, USA
Wake Technical Community College, NC, USA
AarReha Schinznach, Switzerland
Diagnostica Nobiliore, Italy
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region, Russia
National Screening Program for Men in Scotland, UK
Methodist Hospital, Chicago, USA
Grünstadt District Hospital, Germany
CentralPACS, New Zealand
European Cyberknife Center, Munich, Germany
IMSI and Med-Net Hosting Sites, USA
University Physicians Medical Center, Philippines
University of Michigan, USA
Purdue University, Indiana, USA
Omnimagem, Brazil
Misericordia University, USA
IDIME - Instituto Diagnóstico Médico, Colombia
Lifeline Vascular Access, USA
The Medical Association, Hamburg, Germany
Cysticercosis project, Peru
Institut de Diagnostic per la Imatge, Spain
Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden
Wilbur Wright College, USA
Flagstaff Medical Center, USA
IMAGE Information Systems’ partner, Comp-Ray, Inc. of Phoenix, Arizona, has successfully solved an interoperability challenge at Flagstaff Medical Center in Flagstaff, Arizona using iQ-ROUTER PRO.
Since 1936, Flagstaff Medical Center, a member of Northern Arizona Healthcare, has provided high quality healthcare services to the residents and visitors of Northern Arizona.

Technical Challenge:
The image and series layout, as it appeared on the image acquisition stations in their fluoroscopy/X-ray room, was not replicated when the images were sent to the hospital’s iSite PACS. Images that should have remained as individual series were combined and stacked within other series. This result was undesirable to the radiologists performing the patient assessments. IMAGE Information Systems’ partner, Comp-Ray, Inc., was tasked with solving this problem by any means necessary.

To resolve the issue, Comp-Ray, Inc. installed a separate computer running Windows 7 Professional 64-bit as its operating system. This system was placed on the hospital’s imaging VLAN using one Ethernet adapter, and on the private LAN that the fluoroscopy/x-ray system resided on using a separate Ethernet adapter. This allowed the system to interact with both of the room’s image acquisition stations as well as the hospital’s PACS server. The iQ-ROUTER PRO software solution by IMAGE Information Systems was installed on this PC to preserve the study layout generated by the modality. Using iQ-ROUTER PRO’s advanced rules-based features to analyze the image DICOM header data, the images’ “SeriesInstanceUID” are now optimized based on the resulting analysis. This causes the iSite PACS system to recognize the layout of the images in the same manner as they appear on the modality.

The radiologists at Flagstaff Medical Center are now pleased with the consistency they have in viewing images on the image acquisition stations and the hospital’s PACS. By using iQ-ROUTER to analyze studies as they pass through, they are able to save time and frustration by not having to change the layout with every study they view from the PACS.










30 October 2014
Indian Health Service, USA
IMAGE Information Systems helps achieve “Meaningful Use” Workflow with Indian Health Service’s “RPMS- EHR”

IMAGE Information Systems has successfully integrated with Indian Health Service’s “RPMS – EHR” solution at multiple US tribal clinics. The iQ-SYSTEM PACS was implemented at two tribal health clinics recently. This newly deployed workflow helps meet requirements towards “Meaningful Use” standards for data delivery, data sharing, and data distribution. The latest clinics to benefit from a Computerized Physician Order Entry system, or “CPOE” workflow, are K'ima:w Medical Center (Hoopa) of Hoopa, CA  and Southern Colorado Ute Service Unit of Ignacio, CO.

With this customized HL7 integration, modalities now receive error free patient data from the RPMS, delivering the utmost data accuracy. Tribal physicians are now able to launch radiology images of patients they are currently treating directly from the RPMS screen. This saves valuable time for the doctor by not having to log into multiple solutions and perform searches.

Additionally, this technology is able to deliver the outside “Radiology Reports” directly to the iQ-WEBX PACS and the RPMS simultaneously for multiple access points to critical report distribution. IMAGE is excited to announce, “Our development team was able to collaborate with IHS’s Development / Integration Staff and local IT Engineers to fully integrate this time saving solution with minimal challenges.”  This project partnership has saved the tribal community significant time in their daily workflow as well as investment resources.










11 June 2014